5 things NDBC taught us in the last one year Just a passion project in September 2019, the New Dentist Business Club, a study group focused on building leadership and business skills for new dentists and dental students, turned one in 2020. We grew from 3 to 50 members in under a year and are… Continue reading Leadership
Here’s the story of a leader who did not get it right: Her personal ambition was more important than the impact the team was trying to achieve. She had the false notion that displaying vulnerability or confusion meant letting the team down. So, she always put on a brave face and expected others to do… Continue reading Compassionate leadership
Happy one year birthday of the New Dentist Business Study Club! The journey to ONE has been long and interesting. I remember exactly where I was when I first thought about starting something like this. I was in the Bay Area, helping my sister raise her newborn infant. Our parents had flown in to see… Continue reading Happy birthday!
Despite of living nearly 8000 miles away from her, my sister and I are very close to our mom. In fact, we have a bond that often strikes to others as a dear friendship. When the three of us get together, we are often found talking and laughing for hours on end. In an effort… Continue reading Learning from Mom
Have you ever walked into an interview, that everyone around you was excited about, that you yourself were looking forward to for days, but which ultimately left you with a weird ‘feeling’. A queasiness in your stomach? I’ve had such an interview. In fact, I interviewed at the same institution thrice and couldn’t seem to… Continue reading Going with your gut
Associateships come in different forms and nearly none of them come with a handbook of what to expect. We all want our associateships to serve two basic purposes. Enable us to grow as better clinicians and as good leaders. This is why it is very important to be getting the most out of an associateship.… Continue reading In an associateship? Here is how to make the most out of it
‘What would be the biggest lesson you would want to pass on to future women dentists?’ For the past few months, these questions have been plaguing me; ‘what can I do now, that’ll help me achieve my future goals? What do I need to know now that’ll help me serve my patients, and care for… Continue reading Learning from Dr. Keerti